The 2016 Political Looking Glass | The DC Dispatches | Law, Policy, and Politics
'More than a dozen national security and foreign policy experts recently signed a letter stating that Donald Trump is unfit to be commander-in-chief, 'is this not a devastating indictment'? 'How can he recover politically with so much of this high-profile criticism coming from noted Republicans such as these, almost weekly?' It went, it seemed, on and on, and it appeared as if I was peppered with about half a dozen times with similar questions earlier this week. The reporter was talking but, frankly, by the fourth question I zoned out. The lips moved but I was not really hearing a thing. My mind had gone through the political looking glass. If you've ever done a live-to-tape interview in this town, you know that, usually, the questions sound more like a political minefield than a serious attempt to get to a story based on fact. These days, it just another day in official Washington, DC where the media and most of the talking heads remain way out of touch with reality. This morning I'm